Citizens of Bath, Maine, were told to take caution against wild animal attacks after at least seven residents were attacked by foxes that may have had rabies.
Two press releases revealed a good Monday for Senator Sanders: He is officially on the primary ballot for Super Tuesday in March, and he will be endorsed by Iowa's largest progressive organization on Thursday.
Severe weather affected many parts of the eastern United States on Thursday evening and Friday morning.
Local websites have listed the names of educational faculties that will remain shut today in light of the power shortages affecting Vermont, Maine, Connecticut and Rhode Island this week.
"The party was shaken by that," Scott Reed said. "We're all worried," he added.
Stephen King and his wife Tabitha King's Victorian mansion in Bangor, Maine will become the home of his archives and a writers' retreat.
The parents of a 9-year-old boy say their son was called the N-word by his school's vice principal. School officials confirm the incident happened.
Stephanie Lay of Windham, Maine, is looking for relief after a deluge of letters from United Healthcare filled up her mailbox for nearly a week.
Maine's first female astronaut, Jessica Meir, leaves for the International Space Station September 25.
Newsweek spoke to teens and preteens ahead of Friday's protests, which are expected to draw crowds across the world.
Amazingly, it's the second time in less than a year that officers have rescued a skunk with its head wedged in a McFlurry cup.
Boston man Samuel Mickey is accused of planting covert recording devices all around his family's home in Maine.
In 2014, Judge Robert E. Crowley sentenced Albert Flick to less than four years behind bars, insisting Flick "is going to age out of his capacity to engage in this conduct."
"I do not regret my vote in the least," Maine GOP Senator Susan Collins said of her "yes" vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh last year.
"Conversion therapy is a harmful, widely-discredited practice that has no place in Maine," Governor Janet Mills said at the signing ceremony.
"He would bunch up his fist and get in my face and act like he was going to hit me. He then said, 'I will beat the living s---t out of you.'"
"Polystyrene is harmful to humans, it puts a strain on our fish stocks and it can't be recycled," said Representative Stanley Paige Zeigler, who sponsored the bill.
During a hearing on a bill to make free tampons, sanitary pads and menstrual cups a right for Maine's female prisoners, Republican lawmaker Richard Pickett of Dixfield said that risked turning prisons into country clubs.
Former Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage warned Americans that white people will no longer have a say in presidential elections should states eliminate the electoral college.
"They were found with their leashes tied together wandering a cemetery," the Kennebec Valley Human Society told Newsweek. "They do need to find a home together because they are very bonded."
"Michael had this saying, 'I am the devil,'" Katherine Middleton told Newsweek. "He'd say it when he was drunk.
Alicia Grant is now embarking on getting her marriage annulled. But like the other two Mrs. Middletons she said, "Nobody can find him so we can't get these marriages dissolved."
The 'Fox & Friend's co-hosts on Monday took on the divinely important question of whether God takes sides or personally decides the outcome of NFL games.